On Election Day, some people will be allowed to vote even though they are not citizens of the United States. That's because a handful of communities allow noncitizens who are in the country legally to vote in municipal elections. Portland, Maine, could be about to join that short list of communities. The city's citizens will vote on whether to invite noncitizens to join them in the voting booths in future elections.
Maine City Weighs Allowing Noncitizens To Vote
News & Features Josie Huang · Maine Public Broadcasting Network ·